In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(secretion)almizcle masculinobefore noun musk oil — aceite de almizcle masculino
- In the sixteenth century, for example, pungent animal scents such as musk and civet were very popular.
- In China, these deer are now bred in captivity so that their musk can be harvested.
- The preference for this specific cologne may have something to do with one particular ingredient: musk.
- Even the lightest, most flowery perfumes contain a trace of musk.
- This updated version has less musk an provides more emphasis on the fruit-based top notes.
2(smell)olor a almizcle masculino
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